A new definition by the Brewers Association of what constitutes craft beer changes the lineup of the largest U.S. brewers by sales volume.
Prices in the nation's top 20 housing markets were 4.6 percent higher in January than in January 2014. Is housing overheating again?
A national pharmacists' group has adopted a policy discouraging its members from providing death-penalty drugs.
Twitter is launching its live-video streaming app out of beta, pitting it against Meerkat in this space.
The states of Oregon, Pennsylvania, Tennessee and Texas are challenging RadioShack for trying to sell customers' personal information.
The state that could be most affected by proposed fracking rules is not top producer Texas or booming North Dakota.
OPEC and lower global oil prices delivered a one-two punch to the drillers in North Dakota and Texas. Now they are fighting back.
"There's a complete disrepair of our roads in the United States," says fund manager Josh Duitz. Here's how he'd play it.
Police in Midland, Texas created quite a spectacle when they got rid of a huge stash of confiscated fireworks.
Without a central theme to rally around, brands focus their South by Southwest efforts on marketing gimmicks that get people buzzing.
WalletHub assessed how efficiently America’s largest cities spend taxpayer dollars. Here are the five best and worst.
NXP's acquisition of Freescale shows that semiconductors are a "consolidating industry," NXP CEO Rick Clemmer said.
Speaking at the annual CPAC gathering on Friday, former Texas Gov. Rick Perry turned sights on the falling unemployment rate.
Walt Disney Co. and Universal Orlando just raised ticket prices to more than $100 on a one-day ticket, but most visitors won't have to pay that much.
Speaking at the annual CPAC gathering, former Republican Texas Gov. Rick Perry criticized the way the unemployment rate is calculated, saying it leaves millions of American workers uncounted.
Llamas weren’t the only things running wild on Thursday; “Mad Money” host Jim Cramer has a stock galloping higher.
Looking at the state of the economy, Jim Cramer is surprised that oil has not caused a collapse, yet. Could the worst be yet to come for black gold?
Apple has been ordered to pay $532.9 million after a federal jury found iTunes software infringed patents owned by patent licensing firm Smartflash.
The tooth fairy left behind $255 million in 2014, and Ukrainian troops were seen withdrawing after a delay from attacks, reports CNBC's Sue Herera.
Wal-Mart's new wage costs by state, shows how the updated minimum wage will affect their spending in each state.